Neocortix Cloud Services

Lloyd Watts

Lloyd Watts, Ph.D.
Founder and CEO

Dmitry Moskalchuk

Dmitry Moskalchuk
Principal Software Architect

Michael J. Coffey

Michael Coffey
Principal Software Architect

Murray Indick
Attorney
Morrison & Foerster

Lee van Pelt
Attorney
Van Pelt, Yi & James

Carver Mead, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Caltech

Allan R. Crawford
Founder, Allan Crawford Associates

Ihab Abu-Hikama
CEO
CloudMondo

Eric Kim
Former CMO
Samsung, Intel

Bob Colwell, Ph.D.
Intel Pentium Architect
Director, DARPA MTO

Byron Alsberg
Partner
Prefix Capital

Aloka Arachige
Sr. Director
Juvo Mobile

Chander Chawla
CEO
Ever

Andy Keane
CEO
Correlated Magnetics

Scott Bonham
Co-Founder
Granite Global Ventures

Scott Lewis
Managing Director
Tower Stone Group

Brett Bilbrey
Senior Manager
Apple

Dan Trepanier
CEO
Xambala

Mike Lavia
Strategic Account Executive
Twilio

Rex St. John
Developer Relations
Community Advisor

Neocortix was founded on September 23, 2013, on the technology idea of building a supercomputer out of cellphones, because of their low power consumption, rapidly improving computation ability, and rapidly growing market volume. After proving out the technology concepts in 2015, the company adopted a shared-economy business model in 2016, in which we would rent computer time on public phones, aggregate this compute capacity, and sell it via Neocortix Cloud Services.

We launched the PhonePaycheck app in March 2017, and by August 2017 we reached our budget of $1,000/day in payments to 700 users in 36 countries for 3,200 devices. By January 2019, we had reached 26,000 devices on the Waiting List in 114 countries with no promotion. $500,000 had been redeemed by PhonePaycheck users through PayPal.

In February 2020, we launched Neocortix Cloud Services, featuring our flagship Scalable Compute service, which runs full Debian Linux in a secure container on Android phones, accessible via a standard SSH interface.

In September 2020, we launched our BatchRunner product, which allows users to easily launch large customized batch jobs just by editing a few lines of Python code and running a simple script. BatchRunner supports many programming languages, Load Testing Tools, image renderers, machine learning environments, and more, with easy-to-use Tutorials and a Certification program.

In February 2021, we launched our PocketScience Android app, which allows potentially billions of Android/Arm devices to contribute to COVID-19 and other medical research, as a technology showcase for our Academic Research customers.